The West Virginia Sports Now Daily Notebook is a daily recap of news concerning West Virginia Football and Basketball.
UPDATE (4:40 PM)-
The West Virginia football program has extended an offer to 2025 QB Cutter Boley. Boley is a 6-foot-6 freshman prospect from Hodgenville, KY. Boley’s offer from West Virginia is his third, according to 247Sports. Boley has received offers also from Kentucky and Ole Miss.
Excited to receive an offer from West Virginia University! @GeradParker1 @NealBrown_WVU @CoachHarrellWVU @NCEC_Recruiting @CSmithScout @NatlPlaymkrsAca @BallHawkU @VisionQb @CoachTBarr @joshjagg @AllenTrieu @QBHitList @Bryan_Ault pic.twitter.com/8nA9w4hF0t
— Cutter Boley (@cutterBoley) January 16, 2022
UPDATE (3:53 PM)-
On Thursday, 2023 CB Dante Lovett announced that he would visit WVU football in Morgantown this weekend.
Lovett is a 3-star prospect from Hyattsville, MD, receiving offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Rhode Island, Temple and Toledo. Lovett visited Cincinnati on Nov. 20.
— Dante Lovett (@dante_lovett) January 16, 2022
— William Lovett (@Lovettsportsmgt) January 16, 2022
UPDATE (3:48 PM)-
2023 ATH T.J. Horton Jr. visited West Virginia over the weekend. Horton is a 3-star prospect that played cornerback for Frederick Douglass High School, in Lexington, KY. Horton has received an offer from Kentucky so far.
Had a great time at West Virginia yesterday. Thank u for showing me a great time 💛 pic.twitter.com/TSJLFZReXm
— TJ Horton Jr. (@TJhorton_) January 16, 2022
UPDATE (3:40 PM)-
2023 DL Logan Barnes visited West Virginia over the weekend. Barnes is a 6-foo-1, 275-pound athlete from Jersey City, NJ, and has received offers from UMass and Temple.
— Logan Barnes (@TherealBarnes3) January 16, 2022
UPDATE (2:16 PM)-
2023 CB Tayvon Nelson visited West Virginia over the weekend. Nelson is a Brooklyn, NY, native that has received offers from notably Arizona, Arizona State, Miami (FL), Ole Miss, Purdue, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
Thank you for the great experience yesterday at West Virginia university, had a great time and gained some new knowledge of the game!! @NealBrown_WVU @Backendcoach12 @mickeel_stewart @CoachJaxDL pic.twitter.com/whkGzxoVe5
— 𝓣𝓝 ✞ ² (@Tayvon1Nelson) January 16, 2022
UPDATE (2:04 PM)-
During the weekend, West Virginia football hosted many high school recruits for visits. 2024 quarterback Jake Schakel reflected on his visit on Twitter.
Thank you to West Virginia football for hosting me and my parents this weekend. We had a great experience and can’t wait to come back! #TrustTheClimb @CoachHarrellWVU @CoachSeanReagan @TyMurphy @NealBrown_WVU @SGasperWVU @BrandonHuffman @RylandSpencer @CMAnderson247 @TFordFSP pic.twitter.com/mwcV739TiD
— Jake Schakel ✞ (@Jake_Schakel14) January 16, 2022
Schakel, a Puyallup, WA, native has received offers from Florida International and Nevada.